Utility for backups under linux


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Wanted utility for making backups of sites on a local machine under linux.
Requirements:
  • Work via ssh on port optimalnom
  • The presence of sheduler
  • Desirable GUI

Now working with one running in the future, it is desirable to have the ability to work with multiple.
Never found good descriptions of programs, only their lists without comparisons. Try everything for a long time. In principle, a suitable command-line utility, if there is a good guide to action.
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rsync
Guide to man rsync
Scheduler — cron
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Will very thus a large website daily without any problems for almost 4 years (PostgreSQL database and user generated content, in the amount of a little not up to 150GB).
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If BJ and houris — that is bacula.
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As far as I understand from the tags that need bekapit database (because the code in the repository for sure), so what's wrong with cron + ssh + mysqldump + scp?
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I like the backup manager
\rwww.backup-manager.org/
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can bekapit: files, database, svn repository
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you can save backups: ssh, to a local directory, amazon s3, and so on.
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bacula
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Here, choose
But in General, you faithfully recommend rsync.
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to the previous speaker: Yes, we have a fairly extensive backup system in the Bakool deployed. The GUI is, but it is not needed.
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